Title: French policy defeated. Being, an account of all the hostile proceedings of the French, against the inhabitants of the British colonies in North America, for the last seven years. Also, The vigorous Measures pursued both in England and America, to vindicate the Rights of the British Subjects, and the Honour of the Crown, from the Insults and Invasions of their perfidious Enemies. With an Authentic Account of the Naval Engagement off Newfoundland, and the Taking of the Forts in the Bay of Fundy. Embellished with two curious maps, Describing all the Coasts, Bays, Lakes, Rivers, Soundings, principal Towns and Forts, confining on the British Plantations in America.
Date Published: 1755
Place Published: London
Publisher: printed for M. Cooper, in Pater-Noster-Row